Photo from Anonymous shows same three KKK members (left),
at a support rally for officer Darren Wilson (right)
CLICK ON PHOTO TO SEE ALL THREE KKK MEMBERS
By Davy V.
According to the Internet hacking collective group Anonymous, Ferguson, Missouri Police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed Michael Brown, has ties to the Ku Klux Klan.
Wilson, who claimed that Brown charged at him after he stopped the teen and a friend who were walking from a nearby convenience store, shot at Brown 12 times, including a fatal shot to the head.
Despite Wilson's claims that he was in fear for his life after Brown punched him in his face several times, photos taken at the hospital show no visible injuries to Wilson's face.
Monday night, Ferguson, Missouri prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced a grand jury's decision not to indict Wilson in the August shooting death of 18-year old Michael Brown.
Within a couple of hours after the press conference, protesters took to Ferguson streets, setting police cars and buildings on fire.
Friday, Jay Syrmpoulos, a contributor for one of my favorite sites, The Free Thought Project, wrote a great piece in which he delves into the discovery by Anonymous, who claims they have evidence that ties officer Darren Wilson, and the Ferguson Police department to the Ku Klux Klan.
Check out the piece by Jay Syrmpoulos below:
Ferguson, Mo. – The hacker collective Anonymous launched #OpKKK and #HoodsOff this past week which took down, and took over, multiple klan websites and social media accounts while exposing numerous Ku Klux Klan members by making their personal information public.
In the process of outing Ku Klux Klan members, Anonymous discovered connections between the Klan and the “We Support Darren Wilson” group.
One of the Darren Wilson rallies was held in Imperial, Missouri, and was rumored to have been organized by the Klan. It’s important to note that this is also allegedly the hometown of Darren Wilson’s girlfriend and fellow Ferguson police officer Barbara Spradling.
Prior to going public with the connection between the KKK and “We Support Darren Wilson” group, the group purged many photos from the rally from their social media pages, most likely in an attempt to obscure the connections between the groups.
Click the link below to read more of Jay Syrmopoulos' piece on The Free Thought Project.
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